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The Detroit Jewish News, 1965-09-10

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10-Mile Center Offers Program for Children

Youth Pale

Healthy Teens to March for Sick

Gathering before they set out on the fourth annual Teen-Agers
March to aid leukemia-stricken children are members of Cong. Beth
Abraham's youth group with their director, Rabbi Martin J. Tatel-
baum. From left, standing, are Arnie Feigelman, Shelly Ribiat, Jay
L. Grossman, Rebecca Bortnick, Manny Cetner, Murray Chess and
Marshall T. Fisher.

More than 17,000 teen-agers---
many in this area—will take part
in the fourth annual Teen-Agers
March 2-4 p.m. Sunday for the sup-
port of St. Jude Children's Re-
search Hospital.
The nationwide march raised
over $1,600,000 last year, $130,000
of it in the greater Detroit area.
More than 90 per cent of the
funds go directly to the research
work and patient care at St.

A special program of activities
for children is scheduled this year
at the Jewish Center's Ten Mile
Rd. branch in Oak Park. Nearly a
dozen daily classes and activities
are offered for elementary
schoo 1-age children beginning
Oct. 4.
Activity groups meet at 4 p.m.
daily in which boys and girls
organize clubs, learn new skills,
meet new friends and learn to get
along with others. There is no
participation fee. A hostess class
for fifth and sixth-grade girls will
meet each Monday, as will a co-ed
science class for fourth through
sixth graders.
Other classes to be offered dur-
ing the week include camping,
chess, drama, art, creative dance
and painting and drawing. First
through third graders are offered
a Tuesday and Wednesday pro-
gram called Introduction to Gym
Activities (IGA). The program
features trampoline, tumbling,
games and sports.
Due to the October High Holi-
days, Monday activities at the
branch will begin Oct. 4, Tues-
day activities, Oct. 26, Wednes-
day activities, Oct. 13 and Thurs-

Jude Hospital in Memphis, at
which treatment is free to every
child, regardless of race or creed.
Local organizations are made up
entirely of volunteer workers in
order to keep expenses within the
10 per cent pledged by National
Chairman Danny Thomas.
St.. Jude Children's Research
Harry Goldstein, educator and
Hospital has done extensive work radio
- television personality, will
in the fields of childhood cancer, be in charge of the annual High
leukemia and muscle disorders.
Holy Day services for teen-agers,
to be conducted by Beth Aaron at
n-
----rArt Classes ----n----svt-,./
Do-Si-Do at Adas Shalom
Custom Picture Framing
the Jewish Center.
The youth of Adas Shalom Syna-
Goldstein will be assisted by
gogue will present a square dance Arky Berkal of Winnipeg, who will
and rally 8 p.m. Saturday in the serve as cantor.
school auditorium. There will be
Conveniently Located
These services will take place
a professional caller, and refresh-
18090 WYOMING at Curtis
ments will be served. Non-mem- 10 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. on both days
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of Rosh Hashanah, Sept. 27 and 28;
bers are invited.
on Kol Nidrei Eve, Oct. 5, from
6 to 8:30 p.m.; and on Yom Kip-
pur, Oct. 6 from 10:30 a.m. to 1
p.m.
hat givei a woman ...
Jay Masserman will be the co-
ordinator of these- services, open
Confidence-garter Charm?
to all teenagers in the community.
Admission is by ticket only, and
they may be obtained from the
POWERS LOOK
POWERS TRAINING

synagogue.
There Is a World Famous Powers Course for You
The High Holy Day teen-age
✓ IF YOU ARE IN COLLEGE
IF YOU ARE A HOMEMAKER
services are under the supervision
✓ IF YOU WORK
✓ IF YOU ARE IN HIGH SCHOOL
of the synagogue's youth commis-
Now Forming DAYTIME, EVENING and SATURDAY CLASSES in
sion, of which Paul Masserman is
• VISUAL POISE • SOCIAL GRACES • PERSONALITY
chairman.
• WARDROBE • MAKE-UP • HAIR STYLING


Holiday Services
for Teens Planned
by Beth Aaron

day activities, Oct. 7. All are
scheduled for after-school hours,
and special activities will be
planned for school vacations.
Enrollment in this special pro-
gram is limited to Jewish Center
members only. For those not al-
ready members of the Center, or
who cannot use activities at the
Center's main building, a special
membership is available.
Registration for programs at the
Ten Mile branch will be held 1-5

Art School of the Society of

p.m. Sunday and Sept. 19-20. At
the main building on Meyers,
registration will be held Sept. 19-
20.

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Three Oak Park misses didn't go
to camp this summer—they ran
their own.
Vicki Fisher, 12, her •sister
Karyn, 11, and a friend, Zeeda Ko-
pel, 12, operated a day camp for
children in their neighborhood
ever since school let out in June.
The camp — Monday, Wednesday,
and Friday mornings—had every-
thing from arts and crafts to carni-
vals.
Held in the Fisher home at
13141 Oak Park Blvd., the camp
drew 12-14 youngsters from age
11/2 (that one came in diapers)
to 8. The three counselors pick-
ed up and delivered their young
charges, all of whom were on
"scholarships," paying no fee for
the summer experience.
Karen and Vicki are the daugh-
ters of Mr. and Mrs. Marshall
Fisher and belong to the Temple
Israel youth group. Zeeda, the
daughter of the Martin Kopels of
Morritz Ave., is in the youth group
at Cong. Beth Shalom. She and
Vicki are in the 7th grade at
Frost Junior High; Karyn is in
the 6th grade at Key Elementary.

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DETROIT CARPATHIA KICKERS

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MORE YOUTH NEWS
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Community Center or U. of D.

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, September 10, 1965-19

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